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Need for rent, utilities assistance remains high in Golden

Everyone needs a helping hand now and then. Still, Bethany Thomas said that when it comes to helping community members with rental assistance and utilities, her office sees something more akin to a steady flow. more

Golden Cowboy Poetry Gathering wraps up on high note

Lovers of the American West were treated to a hearty helping of cowboy poetry, storytelling and song as the Colorado Cowboy Poetry Gathering got underway after a two-year hiatus at the American Mountaineering Center in Golden, Colorado. more

After 30 years, Skyline Press keeps Colorado in focus

After more than three decades on the road and behind the camera, noted landscape photographer Todd Caudle said he never tires of Colorado’s majestic mountains. more

Playhouse closes Meyer Hardware deal

On Dec. 20, the Miners Alley Playhouse closed a $4.95 million deal to acquire the former Meyer Hardware building, bringing Golden closer to having its very own performing arts center. more

City of Golden moves to stage 1 fire restrictions

Unfavorable local weather and fire danger conditions prompted the City of Golden to enact Stage 1 fire restrictions, effective 5 p.m., Thursday, Dec. 23. for the corporate city limits of Golden. … more

Golden Transcript hits 155th anniversary

This is a cause for celebration: the Golden Transcript has just reached its 155th anniversary. In this era when local newspapers are disappearing at an alarming rate, Golden is unbelievably lucky to still have ours. more

Period 6 Studio prepares for holiday season

As the temperature outside gets colder, the decor inside Period 6 Studio in Golden Ridge gets cozier. The shop, owned by Kiley Handy and her mother Ann Fattor, is gearing up for its seventh Christmas … more

Dignity Tuesday - Golden groups assembling 200 Thanksgiving meals

In the fight against food insecurity, Chuck Lontine has stepped into the role Nick Fury plays in The Avengers, assembling Golden's mightiest heroes to ensure local families can celebrate Thanksgiving … more

Branch out with an new game you won’t beleaf

Ah yes, fall is in the air. It’s also all over the ground. We may have had a lot of unusually warm weather to start off the season, but once there was a bit of a chill in the air it seemed like … more

Bean Fosters creates space for community through coffee

Looking around the cafe at Bean Fosters people can be seen studying, working remotely, catching up with friends, meeting an online date for the first time … These are the scenes that owner Truett … more

Golden Bike Cruise ends season with zombies

Zombies and other characters both scary and cute hoped on their bicycles one last time at the final Golden Bike Cruise of the season, held Sept. 29 in Downtown Golden. The bike cruise has been a … more

Golden's boosted 2021 sales tax hints at pandemic recovery

Although the COVID-19 pandemic continues, its negative impacts on Golden’s overall economic picture seem to have become an increasingly distant memory. According to city data, the city saw five of … more

Tempers run high during North Ford traffic talk

Several residents who live on or near North Ford Street in Golden expressed long-simmering frustration about what they feel are unsafely high vehicle speeds on the thoroughfare. That much was clear … more

Groovy new store in Golden

Stephanie O’Rourke has always felt like she was born in the wrong generation. “I just feel like the music is better and the fashion is better from the 60s and 70s,” she said. “And it seems … more

Motorcyclist dead after collision with semi on US 40

A motorcyclist is dead following a collision with a semi on Highway 40 between I-70 and Heritage Road. According to Sgt. Denise Mehnert, officers who responded to the scene earlier this afternoon … more

A Golden gateway opens up

When the Gateway section of the Peak to Plains trail officially opened on Aug. 25, the Jeffco commissioners put a unique twist on the typical celebratory gesture: they cut a cable rather than a … more

What's new at Golden middle schools? Science rooms, a music room garage door and more

The students returning to classrooms at Golden’s Bell Middle School and the Manning School of Academics & Arts on Aug. 17 and 18 had plenty to be excited about. For one, it was the first time … more

It’s official: Golden votes on rec marijuana sales, lodging tax in fall

When Golden voters receive their ballots this fall, they will be asked to weigh in on whether to bring recreational marijuana sales and a new lodging tax to Golden. That’s because the Golden City … more

Goodbye Miss Genie: Remembering the Romper Room star who made her life in Golden

Most Denver and Phoenix-area residents of a certain age likely know Eugenie deLuise as Miss Genie, the magic mirror-wielding host of the local versions of Romper Room. That was the live children's … more

Golden Fine Arts Festival making return

After a year off because of the COVID-19 pandemic, another fixture of the Golden summertime calendar is about to make its return. The Golden Fine Arts Festival will be back in downtown Golden on Aug. … more
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